Today's modern educational approach focuses not only on the intellectual development of students but also on their physical, social, and emotional well-being. In line with this goal, our Guidance and Counseling Department takes into account the students physical, emotional, social, and personal needs and address aspects like healthy living, academic planning skills, career guidance, interpersonal relationships, communication skills, and responsible use of technology. The Guidance and Counseling Department is dedicated to fostering an environment where students can thrive in every facet of their development. By actively engaging students, parents, and educators, we aim to create a community that values and prioritizes the holistic well-being of each individual.


Student-oriented Activities;

  • Orientation activities
    The aim of the orientation activities is to ensure students' adaptation to school, providing social and emotional support during the process. During the orientation period, families are also informed and encouraged to participate and provide support in this process.

  • Student Recognition Activities
    Individual meetings are conducted to assess students' cognitive, emotional, and social development. Observations, tests, and inventories are used to gain a better understanding of students and provide effective support. Within the guidance and psychological counseling process, students are listened to without judgment and unconditionally accepted, while maintaining the principles of confidentiality, trust, and respect for individual rights.

  • Group activities
    Group activities aim to equip students with essential life skills. Strengthening interpersonal relationships, addressing social skills, managing exam anxiety, and fostering effective study habits are central themes in these activities.

  • In-class guidance practices
    Tailored presentations and activities address age-appropriate needs of students, covering vital topics such as healthy living, academic planning, career guidance, interpersonal skills, and responsible use of technology.

  • Career Planning Activities
    Throughout high school, activities like workplace job observations, university fairs, career days, and university visits, guided by both national and international university counseling, empower students to make informed decisions about their academic and professional future.

Engaging Parents in the Journey;

  • Individual counseling sessions
    Parental involvement is integral. Individual counseling sessions, scheduled based on parents' needs or as recommended by our counseling unit, facilitate a shared understanding of the student's social, emotional, and academic development.

  • Seminars
    Throughout the year seminars for parents are organized on diverse topics such as child development, parenting approaches, and modern educational methods. Led by our Guidance and Psychological Counseling Department or field experts, these sessions provide valuable insights and knowledge.

  • Bulletins
    The "Guidance Post," published as an e-newsletter, consists of articles that inform parents on establishing healthier communication with their children, understanding their needs, and coping with potential communication challenges.

Empowering Educators;

  • In-service training activities
    Teachers play a pivotal role in student development. Our in-service training activities contribute to their professional growth, addressing the dynamic needs of students' developmental processes with a focus on current topics and research

  • Counselling sessions
    Informational and guiding counseling sessions for teachers emphasize the importance of preventive and protective guidance. By monitoring students' cognitive, social, emotional, and behavioral characteristics, we emphasise the significance of collaborative efforts between parents and teachers.